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Serbian authorities to release Kosovan policemen

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has informed Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán that in line with his request, Serbian authorities will soon release the three Kosovan policemen apprehended earlier this month, the foreign minister told MTI on Monday.
26. June 2023 17:22

Orbán made his request at a meeting with Vucic in Palic, in northern Serbia, last week. He told a press conference after the meeting that Hungary was carefully following the situation in Kosovo, and “sees the harm suffered by Serbs.” At the same time, he said that releasing the policemen apprehended in Serbia territory “would help Serbia’s position in international politics.” Vucic responded as saying that the issue was in the hands of Serbia’s judiciary system.

Peter Szijjarto told MTI that Orbán highly appreciated the decision the Serbian president had taken at a time of serious challenges. The decision is clear proof of the deep friendship between the Serbian and Hungarian nation and the strategic cooperation between the two countries, he said.

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